55 Thompson

55 Thompson Street , New York, NY 10012
two Apartments Available

Building : 212-925-5550

Available Apartments

Amenities

  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Fitness Center
  • Landscaped and Furnished Roof Deck
  • Pet Friendly
  • Resident Manager

Transportation

Spring St/6th Ave

3 min, 0.2 miles

C E

Canal St/Varick

4 min, 0.2 miles

1

Canal St/6th Ave

4 min, 0.2 miles

A C E

Canal St/Lafayette

8 min, 0.4 miles

Q Q Q Q Q Q Q

Prince St/Broadway

9 min, 0.3 miles

R W

Broome St/6th Ave

1 min, 230 ft

M55

Varick St/Watts St

4 min, 0.2 miles

M20

Spring St/Broadway

7 min, 0.3 miles

M1

Description

Just like Soho, 55 Thompson is a one-of-a kind, intimate, boutique rental building with only 38 residences, offering a level of service, amenities, room sizes and finishes that surpass any rental building in SoHo and indeed in all Downtown New York. The apartments feature all of the best features of Soho loft design and lifestyle – flowing expanses of open plan space, 10 foot ceiling heights, walls of windows and limed 4 inch solid white oak floors. Many feature glowing gas fireplaces and private balconies or grand walk-out terraces. Top floor penthouses have skylights. The great rooms offer a surplus of space to relax and entertain in style. The open kitchens featuring rift cut limed white oak cabinetry with insert doors thick slabs of rainforest polished stone countertops, wheat colored Viscaya polished glass tile backsplash, Kindred 30 inch stainless steel under mount sink with stainless steel, Whitehaus pullout spray/steam faucets, pull out cabinets with double trash bin for recycling, wood paneled built in 30 inch Subzero refrigerator/freezer, 30 inch stainless steel Bertazzoni gas range, Bosch stainless steel dishwasher, LG built in stainless steel microwave oven, oversized limed white oak vanities with polished Silver, Travertine slab countertops and double undermount sinks. The luxurious baths feature triple-view mirrored medicine cabinets with integrated lighting, Iridian Metalwood porcelain wall tiles, Steelworks Bronzo porcelain floor tiles, Kohler Maestro 5’-6” under mount soaking tub with polished
Silvern Travertine slab tub decks, separate stall showers with frameless glass shower doors, Toto Aqua dual flush elongated toilets with soft close seats, polished chrome Kohler stillness faucets, shower and tub, spouts and hand showers. The building also features a fitness center and a fully landscaped terrace on the 2nd floor for residents.

Sky's the Limit Concierge

With so much to do, both at home and out on the town, our Residents at Manhattan Skyline lead very busy lives. That is why our Concierge is there to help expedite any of those needs. From moving in services, to finding the right dog-walking service, or scoring that hard-to-get reservation at the city’s latest hot restaurant, Sky’s the Limit is there to help. Want an evening out that’s off the beaten path? Sky’s the Limit can handle that too, and frequently hosts exclusive events for our Residents only. And special discounts? Sky’s the Limit has got that covered.

If you can dream it, we can make it happen. Sky’s the Limit.

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Staying In

Neighborhood

Historically known for its burgeoning arts scene dating back to the early 80’s, Soho has transformed into the go-to destination for designer shopping, dining, and people watching. Its quaint and picturesque streets still house some of the city’s most impressive art galleries, but now the world’s top clothing designers have shops along West Broadway, Spring Street, and Mercer Street. Residents love the cobblestone streets, cast-iron architecture, and obscure gems that you can still find in this classic neighborhood.

Shops

  • Maiyet
  • The Apartment by the Line
  • What goes around comes around

Parks

  • Elizabeth Street Garden
  • Father Fagan Park
  • Petrosino Square

Restaurants

  • Cipriani
  • Dominic Ansel Bakery
  • Pegu Club

Arts/Entertainment

  • Children’s Museum of the Arts
  • Martin Lawrence Gallery
  • NYC Fire Museum